Pink has given fans another taste of her upcoming album, “Hurts 2B Human.” The singer dropped the second track from the record, “Hustle,” which she wrote with Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds and Jorgen Odegard.
Pink also announced that the album will drop April 26th, and revealed the tracklist which features 13 songs, and guest appearances by Khalid, country star ChrisStapleton, Cash Cash and Wrabel. Check out “Hustle” to the right and the tracklist below.
- “(Hey Why) Miss You Sometime”
- “Walk Me Home”
- “My Attic”
- “90 Days f/Wrabel
- “Hurts 2B Human” f/Khalid
- “Can We Pretend” f/Cash Cash
- “We Could Have It All”
- “Love Me Anyway” featuring Chris Stapleton
- “Circle Game”
- “The Last Song Of Your Life”
Well, here’s some good news for Adele fans. It looks like she’s back to making music. Photographers caught the singer sneaking into a recording studio in New York earlier this week. She was trying to keep a low profile though, staying bundled up under a long black hooded jacket.
If Adele is indeed recording a new album it will be her first new music since releasing “25” back in 2015.
Lady Gaga called off her engagement to fiancé ChristianCarino back in February, but so far there’s no word on what exactly went wrong.
sources say “Chris didn’t treat Gaga very well toward the end,” and they that she was actually “the one who broke things off.”
And it seems in the end Gaga’s fame may have gotten in the way of their romance. “He was jealous,” the insider says. “He was trying to find her all the time and texted her a lot. Her friends didn’t like him either.”
The 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony takes place tonight at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York, with Def Leppard, The Cure, Radiohead, Roxy Music, The Zombies, Janet Jackson and Stevie Nicks set to join the prestigious institution.
Artist set to welcome this year’s class into the HOF include: Queen’s Brian May, who’ll induct Def Leppard, Trent Reznor for The Cure, David Byrne for Radiohead, Duran Duran’s Simon LeBon and John Taylor for Roxy Music, The Bangles’ Susana Hoffs for The Zombies, Janelle Monae for Janet Jackson and Harry Styles for Stevie Nicks, who will become the first woman to be in the Hall twice, since she’s already in with Fleetwood Mac.
For fans who can’t make it to Brooklyn tonight, they’ll still have a chance to catch all the action. An edited version of the event will air April 27th at 8pm ET on HBO.